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If Fred Neubauer winds up with more than his fair share of the 1967 AMC Ambassador convertibles remaining in the world, then a little bit of collector car justice has probably been served. It would be hard to find a guy more attached to the stylish orphan ragtops than Neubauer, a resident of Wisconsin Dells, Wis.
Louis Barrie’s dream car didn’t arrive as he had dreamt – the body was off the car, in a state of partial restoration, while most of the rest of the car was in boxes. But it was a 1969 Dodge Charger R/T, and Barrie had wanted one for as long as he could remember. More
Bob Mayer makes no bones about it: he loves original automobiles. Low-mileage, unrestored, in-tact cars are right in his wheelhouse.
The well-known, retired Miami television newsman has had his share of such cars in the past, but he’s never had one that was as stunningly original as the sweet 1965 Cadillac Sedan DeVille that he uncovered — literally — last spring. More
John Checki likes a cool convertible or a sporty hardtop collector car as much as the next guy. But he had a four-door on his mind back in 1999 when Checki and his wife Mary became the third owners of their unrestored 1964 Ford Fairlane 500 sedan. More
There is truth to the old adage that good things come to those who wait. Take the case of the 1961 Corvette that sat wasting away in a farm shed in north central Wisconsin. It took 16 years for the old car to see the light of day again, but thanks to the patience of one man, the rewards have been plentiful. It’s been a happy ending for both the car and the man who restored it. More
Whether you preferred your cars flashy or refined, hair-raising or classy, heart-attack fast or just smooth and sophisticated, it was hard to find much to criticize with the 1969 Hurst/Olds. More
Gary Casagranda admits that if anyone was going to love and preserve his rare and ultra-unique 1969 Plymouth Barracuda “Mod Top,” he was probably the right man for the job. He almost felt a sense of duty in keeping the car in once piece after his childhood friend, who owned the car, died many years ago. More